Frictionless reproducibility in phylogenomic experiments

This is a guest post by Amir Szitenberg, postdoctoral researcher in my group at the¬†University of Hull, and main author of @ReproPhylo I find the ReproPhylo approach to experimental phylogenomics very exciting, and can see how it would lead to better, in depth understanding of phylogenomic datasets, regardless of their size. An example for this…